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Lapara coniferarum


This specimen from Mississippi


Lapara coniferarum?


Lapara coniferarum


wrong determination


Moved


7816 – Lapara coniferarum


Lapara


identity of this male Lapara.


Lapara coniferarum


Lapara


Lapara


Lapara sp. - Pine Sphinx


Pine Sphinx


Lapara coniferarum


Lapara


7816 -- Pine Sphinx Moth -- Lapara coniferarum


Lapara


Moved- Lapara


Moved- you were correct to assign to L. bombycoides


Yes northern pine sphinx


Moved


Moved


Moved


Moved


Lapara coniferarum - Pine Sphinx - Hodges #7816


Lapara


Lapara phaeobrachycerous Brou


Looks like...


Sphinx Moth


Moved


Pine Sphinx


Well...


ID of this Caterpillar…


Southern Pine Sphinx - Lapara coniferarum


Moved- Lapara coniferarum


Lapara coniferarum


Lapara


Moved-Yes, Lapara coniferarum


Moved- Lapara coniferarum


Moved


Species determination


Lapara coniferarum - Pine Sphinx


What Sphingid?


I thought this had


Lapara coniferarum - Pine Sphinx - Hodges #7816


Moved- Pine sphinx


sphinx


7816 - Lapara coniferarum


7816 - Lapara coniferarum


What sphinx would eat pine needles


Good call Nina!


Maybe Lapara coniferarum


That far south says


Yes


Current status


Lapara # 3


Looks Like 7816 -- Pine Sphinx Moth -- Lapara coniferarum


Thank you


Pine Sphinx


Southern Pine Sphinx, male


Pine Sphinx - Lapara coniferarum